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Fan/Heater Unit for IncuKit™ XL

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Fan/Heater Unit for IncuKit™ XL
$50.00

Availability: In stock

  • Fan & Heater Combo Unit for IncuKit XL
  • 125 Watt Heater
  • High Power Circulated Air Fan
  • 110V AC Power
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Fan Heater Combo Unit for the IncuKit XL. 125 Watt Heater and High Power Circulated Air Fan.  110V AC Power

Additional Information

Add'l Information

SKU 1298
Weight (lb) 1.5000
Condition New
Country of Origin No
Dimensions No
Circulated Air No
Material No
Model IncuKit XL Heater
Style No
Voltage North America (110/120 Volt AC)
Battery No
Capacity No
Sanitation Liner No
Thermostat Type No
Window Size No
Watts 125 Watts
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Product Questions

Product Questions

What size of an incubator will the IncuKit heat?

There is not a predetermined size that the IncuKit will work for. This is because each incubator is built different and it is impossible to know which IncuKit will work for each design. There are several factors that will affect which IncuKit you will need to consider. A couple of these are the size, dimensions, and insulation. A good general rule of thumb for each size IncuKit is:

IncuKit Mini- Table top size incubators like a HovaBator or Little Giant

IncuKit XL With 1 x Heater/Fan – Approximately an incubator the size of an apartment refrigerator

IncuKit XL With 2 x Heater/Fans – Approximately the size of a GQF Sportsman Cabinet incubator

Before selecting an IncuKit we recommend performing a light bulb test to determine what wattage of heating element you will need. Click here to learn about the light bulb test.

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How do I determine what wattage of heating element I will need for my incubator?

One of the simplest ways to determine what size of heating element you need in an incubator is what we call the light bulb test. To perform this test, you simply place a light bulb(s) in the incubator with the approximate wattage that you think will work. If this heats the incubator to or a little above the desired set temperature approximately the same wattage of heating element will also work. If it goes over by a lot than you will want a lower wattage heating element. If it takes a long time to heat up or never reaches the desired temp you will need a larger heating element.

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What is the physical size of this?

The size of this heater/fan unit is (5 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 2 3/4").

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